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Benjamin Tal Economic Buzz – Financial News Update

Everything is falling into place with one exception So far so good. Overall activity in the global economy continues to move in the right direction and global stock markets continue to react positively. US Financial and Mortgage Outlook In the US, growth-related data continue to be relatively strong. Housing activity continues to surge, led by […]

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Canada’s New Mortgage Rules | Benjamin Tal

Benjamin Tal Deputy Chief Economist CIBC World Markets He is responsible for analyzing economic developments and their implications for North American fixed income, equity, foreign exchange, and commodities markets. He also acts in an advisory capacity to bank officers on issues related to wealth management, household/corporate credit and risk. Finance Moves Again on Mortgages In […]

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Benjamin Tal – Economic Buzz – Spring 2012 – The Mortgage Centre

Benjamin Tal Deputy Chief Economist CIBC World Markets He is responsible for analyzing economic developments and their implications for North American fixed income, equity, foreign exchange, and commodities markets. He also acts in an advisory capacity to bank officers on issues related to wealth management, household/corporate credit and risk. The American consumer is starting to […]

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Benjamin Tal – Economic Buzz – Winter 2012 – The Mortgage Centre

Benjamin Tal Deputy Chief Economist CIBC World Markets He is responsible for analyzing economic developments and their implications for North American fixed income, equity, foreign exchange, and commodities markets. He also acts in an advisory capacity to bank officers on issues related to wealth management, household/corporate credit and risk. Forecast is for slow growth and […]

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Benjamin Tal – Economic Buzz – Fall 2011 – The Mortgage Centre

Benjamin Tal Deputy Chief Economist CIBC World Markets He is responsible for analyzing economic developments and their implications for North American fixed income, equity, foreign exchange, and commodities markets. He also acts in an advisory capacity to bank officers on issues related to wealth management, household/corporate credit and risk. Flat economy makes interest rate increases […]

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